How about a nice bright cowl to liven up your Thursday?

Turbulence Cowl

TURBULENCE COWL

This fun and funky cowl makes the most of small amounts of yarn. Short row wedges and stripes combine to form wonderfully sculptural and eye-catching waves, while keeping the knitting fun! This will fly off your needles. The rustic, tweedy wool has gorgeous flecks of colour and lots of body, for a cowl that will really keep you warm.

Technical Editing by Alexandra Virgiel.

SIZE
One; 25” / 61cm in circumference, 11” / 28cm deep

YARN
Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (100% wool; 140 yds / 128m per 1.75 oz / 50g skein)
1 skein in Woodsmoke (MC)
1 skein in Hayloft (CC)

or Worsted or aran weight yarn,
120 yds / 110m of MC
90 yds / 82m of CC

NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
US 9 / 5.5mm circular needles, 24” / 61cm long
stitch marker
tapestry needle

GAUGE
18 sts and 36 rnds = 4” / 10cm square in Garter Stitch

Turbulence Cowl

MORE INFO
The Ravelry page is here.

Suitable for an adventurous beginner. 3 page pattern PDF includes photos and abbreviations list.
Available through Ravelry, payment through Paypal (no accounts required).

$5.00 CAD

Turbulence Cowl

16 Responses to “turbulence cowl”

  1. Cassy

    This is GORGEOUS. I love the colors you chose as well. I am buying the pattern, immediately. Well done, Laura.

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  2. Elizabeth

    Lovely. Has a slight Stephen West feel. I’m waiting for an order of Shelter to arrive for one of my own designs. Can’t wait–maybe I’ll knit your cowl with the leftover. We just had our first flurries here in Kingston, so it’s definitely time to get out the warm neckwear.

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  3. Elizabeth

    Lovely. Has a slight Stephen West feel. I’m waiting for an order of Shelter to arrive for one of my own designs. Can’t wait–maybe I’ll knit your cowl with the leftovers. We just had our first flurries here in Kingston, so it’s definitely time to get out the warm neckwear.

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  4. maria

    i’m having a problem buying the pattern — paypal keeps telling me “bad request” and “Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.
    Size of a request header field exceeds server limit.”

    i’m not sure if this is a paypal problem or something you can see/work on. just thought i’d let you know!

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  5. Laura

    Purchased the pattern on Ravelry (like the library feature). I’m headed to Harrisville tomorrow to pick up my yarn. So excited!

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